The Second Buddha, Guru Rinpoche Statue, Tibetan Fine Art
Guru Rinpoche " The Second Buddha" was believed to be the guru who introduced Vajrayana to Tibet and was a crucial figure in Tibetan Buddhism. This beautiful sculpture was hand-carved by our experienced artists based in Kathmandu, Nepal. The artisans have worked very carefully to ensure the prestation of guru is accurately represented and the statue is build on copper body and gilded in 24k pure Gold. Guru Rinpoche is depicted seated on moon disc lotus on royal posture. In his right hand he holds vajra and on his left skull vase filled with immortality nectar. In the curve of his left hand, he holds the Khatvang trident.
Size: 15.7"/40cm (Height) x 10.2"/26cm (Base)
Weight: 5.028 kg
Material: 24K Gold Gilded, Copper Body, Acrylic Paintings
Guru Rinpoche was instrumental figure in Tibetan Buddhism, In Tibetan Buddhism, Padmasambhava's teachings are said to have an oral lineage (kama) as well as a lineage of the hidden treasure texts (termas). Padmasambhava is said to appear in visionary encounters to tertöns, and his form is visualized during guru yoga practice, particularly in the Nyingma school. Padmasambhava is revered by Buddhists in Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan, India's Himalayan states, and other countries around the world.